There’s a new Amazon Prime perk announced for Whole Foods, and you’re going to loooove it! According to a report from Reuters, Prime members are now eligible for an extra 10 percent off discounted products at Whole Foods. On Wednesday (May 16) Whole Foods debuted their new loyalty program that offers special discounts to Prime customers, including “10 percent off hundreds of sale items and rotating weekly specials such as $10 per pound off wild-caught halibut steaks.”

Perks are available NOW in Florida and are rolling out to all the other stores this summer.

photo: Whole Foods Market

The acquisition of Whole Foods Market by Amazon means a ton of Amazon Prime perks at Whole Foods Market right now. Amazon Prime members, who live in select areas, can enjoy free two-hour delivery from their local Whole Foods store. Along with this major bonus, you can also get 5 percent back on purchases made at Whole Foods Market (as well as 365 stories and wholesfoodsmarket.com).

So keep your eye out for upcoming possible Amazon Prime perks at Whole Foods. Whether the 10 percent off discounted items happens now or not, Amazon already has plenty of money-saving options available.

—Erica Loop

Featured photo: Whole Foods Market

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